Eating Styles: Shady Easter Candy Edition! Sam April 5, 2012 Candy, Holiday 3 Comments It’s that time again – Easter! For Christians, it’s the day Jesus rose from the dead. For everybody else, it’s the only day of the year gorging yourself on candy from the moment you wake up is socially acceptable. In light of the holiday, this Thursday’s Eating Styles poll is: what is your favorite Easter candy? Though every holiday yields up a variety of seasonal candies to enjoy, no sugary spread is quite so polarizing as that of Easter. Some people love peeps, some people hate them. Some think Cadbury Creme Eggs are the best thing that ever happened to chocolate, some can’t stand their slimy insides. Some relish the sandy sweetness of jelly beans and seek out all the black ones first, some avoid the black ones or discard jelly beans altogether. Before you protest the absence of milk chocolate bunnies and Reese’s Easter Eggs (even though they were included in the picture), understand that only controversial Easter candy is included in this poll – not the stuff that everybody loves. Knowing that, which shady candy would you defend, So Good readers? Vote for your favorite misunderstood sweet below and defend your choice in the comments. [poll id=”346″] The following two tabs change content below.BioLatest Posts Sam My name is Sam and all I care about is food. Latest posts by Sam (see all) Quick Bite: French Toast Crunch - March 8, 2014 Eating Styles: Would You Eat Horse Meat? - November 18, 2013 Deep Fried Everything Ep 153 - November 14, 2013 3 Responses thomas April 5th, 2012 I like them all but Cadbury Creme Eggs are indeed the best thing to ever happen to chocolate Reply Smile April 5th, 2012 Thomas speaks the truth. =P I look forward to Easter every year so I can enjoy some Cadbury Creme Eggs. The Orange Creme ones are my favorite! Otherwise, I can’t stand Peeps or Black jelly beans. Reply Peter April 5th, 2012 I hate all of these. But especially black jelly beans. I would rather eat that plastic grass from an Easter basket than a black jelly bean. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Name* Email* Website Comment Current ye@r * Leave this field empty Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.